Intertextile Beijing Apparel Fabrics runs concurrent to Yarn Expo Spring 2008, a sourcing event in Beijing for apparel textile fibres and yarns, which will be held at the China World Trade Centre and connected by free shuttle bus. Intertextile Beijing is organized by The Sub-Council of Textile Industry, CCPIT, Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd.and China Textile Information Centre.
In a new, larger facility, Intertextile Beijing Apparel Fabrics 2008 will feature some of the biggest textile suppliers from around the world 27 - 29 March 2008, at the China International Exhibition Centre in Beijing. The venue is conveniently located and modern and leaves room for the popular event to grow. With overall more than 1,000 exhibitors the show is one of the leading textile apparel trade events for northern China with nearly 22,000 trade buyers attending last year.
The show features many big names in textiles, accessories and more. Among the new companies this year, Weyermann from Germany will present a wide range of linings. The company employs an in-house design agency to create unique and high-quality fashion interlinings in jacquard, stripes, checks, satins and more. Weyermann uses the latest CAD systems and electronically controlled jacquard weaving machines to achieve their signature quality.
Examples of returning companies are Ding Zing Chemical Products from Taiwan, which will feature its waterproof and breathable membrane film called Dintex; and Van Delden from Germany, featuring cotton-blends, polyester/polyamids, linen-blends; viscose and microfilaments made in state-of-the-art factories.
Intertextile Beijing features special country pavilions to group suppliers from one region or country. Pavilions help visitors locate suppliers with ease and give exhibitors a high profile space to exhibit. Pavilions tapped for this year include Germany, Italy, Pakistan, Korea and Taiwan.
Many Chinese exhibitors are also featured in special pavilions grouped by industry including the China Bast & Leaf Fibres Textile Association featuring linen and ramie fabrics; Jiangsu Shengze Oriental Silk Market featuring man-made and silk-like fabrics; Zhejiang Xiaoshan pavilion featuring manmade fabrics; and the Zhejiang Shaoxing pavilion featuring cotton, manmade and embroidery fabrics.
Many accessories companies are signing up to attend Intertextile Beijing, making the show a complete sourcing destination for garment manufacturers. Among the accessories companies attending are Union Knopf, Riri SA and Shimada Shoji.
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